Guest Christine Posted February 24, 2007 Share Posted February 24, 2007 Hi, I found your site yesterday and reading the stories has made me realise how lucky I have been even if I don,t feel it all the time. Like everyone I have found the lack of info and support after leaving hospital very fustrating. I am 46 years old and had an SAh 6 weeks ago, I was very lucky and was in hospital within 30 mins, I have a medical background so knew roughly what was going on, what I didn't know is how serious it was,my husband says that he never want's to go through anything like that again. I remeber hearing them say that I had arrested twice but feeling very calm and peaceful, them I had a coiling and back to the ward. All I remember is the food was revolting and that I couldn't stand the lights, apparently I also called the nurses Hippos for bumping into my bed all the time(oops). Anyway I have been home 3 weeks now and find any little thing worrying if my head hurts or I feel sick its all new and panicky. especially as i have always been fit and able to d things, however I am getting used to doing very little and my husband has learned to cook so thats a good thing. I can't work out how to add the smillies. please forgive the spelling, i was dyslexic before and its not much better now.[/img] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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